Earthquake Hits 6.84 Miles West of Batgram, Pakistan, Magnitude 5.2

A shallow earthquake of magnitude 5.2 struck 6.84 miles west of Batgram, Pakistan, near Batagram, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan at a depth of 30.7 km, according to the United States Geological Survey. An earthquake of this magnitude is considered to be moderate.

It struck at Jun 12, 2019 at 03:10:27 AM UTC. USGS reports that this quake event was manually reviewed.

The tremors has been reported as ‘felt’ by 4 reports on the USGS website.

Map of Earthquake

For updates on this quake, please visit the USGS Event Page.

The tremor was located near Kamesar Kale, Torghar Mangri Village, mangre kaly, jamia Mosque, Mangri and جامعہ مسجد ڈھری کاکا خیل. If you were there let us know in the comments if you felt it.

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